Eye Me Mine

23/01/1997

 

Eye Me Mine

23/01/1997

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This ‘hands on’ arts project encouraged children (aged 5 +) living in the Queens Park area of Bedford to look at the community in which they live and be inspired to produce a photograph, video, drawing or piece of written text. Over 1000 images were produced in a four week period and then displayed in an exhibition housed in a local shop. The shop come gallery was open to residents from 7-9pm and offered a ‘neutral’ space for people to meet and chat and get to know their neighbours whilst enjoying the children’s artworks.

 

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